Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds

November 2021

Thanksgiving Reinvented!

We will soon be enjoying our thanksgiving meal! After the big meal, get creative this year with your leftovers. Try making a turkey-berry wrap, maybe a stuffing frittata or a cranberry smoothie. You might just find a new favorite recipe!

https://www.eatright.org/health/lifestyle/holidays/reinventing-thanksgiving

Tips for a safe Thanksgiving meal


Food allergens are in a lot of foods we eat. That is no different with our traditional thanksgiving day meal. With a little preparation and planning, we can keep our children and guests with food allergies safe this holiday season.

https://www.eatright.org/health/lifestyle/holidays/8-tips-for-allergy-free-holidays

Encouraging Kids to Stay Active!

The weather is starting to turn colder. For a lot of us, that means less time outside which can lead to less exercise for our kids. Need some ideas to get your kids motivated to exercise? Look for tips in this article about how to organize exercise activities, turning screen time into active time, being an active role model and more.

https://www.eatright.org/fitness/exercise/family-activities/easy-ways-to-encourage-your-kids-to-get-active

Baked Apples with Cinnamon Oat Topping

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